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CEO Images in Magazines and Newspapers, 1990-2001: The Growth of CEO Coverage and the Importance of Competence, Personal, and Integrity Dimensions to Image Formation
Unformatted Document Text:  CEO Images in Magazines--48 role as mediator of organizational environments and power consequences for the function. Journal of Public Relations Research, 4, 205-220. Lewis, R. (2002, January 30). The press’s business. The Washington Post, p. A23. Magazine Publishers of America. (2001). Average circulation for top 100 ABC magazines. Available: http://www.magazine.org/resources/fact_sheets/cs2_9_02.html Marston, R. (1993). CEOs are a breed apart. Public Relations Quarterly, 38(3), 29-33. Mazur, L. (1999, June 17). Time to buff the chief executive’s global charisma. Marketing, 20. McGrath, J. J. (1995). The CEO as image maker. Chemtech, 25(7), 48-52. Miller, A. H., Wattenberg, M. P., & Malanchuk, O. (1986). Schematic assessments of presidential candidates. American Political Science Review, 80(2), 521-540. Motion, J. (1999). Personal public relations: Identity as a public relations commodity. Public Relations Review, 25(4), 465-479. Newsom, D., Scott, A., & VanSlyke Turk J. (1989). This is PR: The realities of public relations (4th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. Nimmo, D., & Savage, R. L. (1976). Candidates and their image: Concepts, methods, and findings. Santa Monica, CA: Goodyear. Park, D-J, & Berger, B. K. (in press). The presentation of CEOs in the press, 1990-2000: Increasing salience, positive valence, and a focus on competency and personal dimensions of image. Journal of Public Relations Research. Pincus, J. D., Rayfield, R. E., & Cozzens, M. D. (1991). The chief executive officer’s internal communication role: A benchmark program of research. In J. E. Grunig & L. A. Grunig

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CEO Images in Magazines--48
role as mediator of organizational environments and power consequences for the function.
Journal of Public Relations Research, 4, 205-220.
Lewis, R. (2002, January 30). The press’s business. The Washington Post, p. A23.
Magazine Publishers of America. (2001). Average circulation for top 100 ABC
magazines. Available: http://www.magazine.org/resources/fact_sheets/cs2_9_02.html
Marston, R. (1993). CEOs are a breed apart. Public Relations Quarterly, 38(3), 29-33.
Mazur, L. (1999, June 17). Time to buff the chief executive’s global charisma.
Marketing, 20.
McGrath, J. J. (1995). The CEO as image maker. Chemtech, 25(7), 48-52.
Miller, A. H., Wattenberg, M. P., & Malanchuk, O. (1986). Schematic assessments
of presidential candidates. American Political Science Review, 80(2), 521-540.
Motion, J. (1999). Personal public relations: Identity as a public relations
commodity. Public Relations Review, 25(4), 465-479.
Newsom, D., Scott, A., & VanSlyke Turk J. (1989). This is PR: The realities of
public relations (4th ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Nimmo, D., & Savage, R. L. (1976). Candidates and their image: Concepts,
methods, and findings. Santa Monica, CA: Goodyear.
Park, D-J, & Berger, B. K. (in press). The presentation of CEOs in the press, 1990-2000:
Increasing salience, positive valence, and a focus on competency and personal dimensions of
image. Journal of Public Relations Research.
Pincus, J. D., Rayfield, R. E., & Cozzens, M. D. (1991). The chief executive officer’s
internal communication role: A benchmark program of research. In J. E. Grunig & L. A. Grunig


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